Native American Heritage Month Feature Film

From directors Willow O'Feral and Brad Heck, "Sisters Rising" is a powerful documentary about six Native American women reclaiming personal and tribal sovereignty. Their stories shine an unflinching light on righting injustice on both an individual and systemic level.

Co-producer Jaida Grey Eagle (Ogala Lakota) noted, “We are on the frontlines of an ongoing legacy of violent colonization, and it is vitally important that the world see and hear us.” For more information click here: https://www.sistersrisingmovie.com/

"Sisters Rising" is available for streaming during Native American Heritage Month.

Please note: This documentary addresses topics such as sexual assault, domestic violence and physical violence. This content may be difficult for some viewers. Please reach out to CAPS at 404.471.5443 if you need assistance.

Dial-In Information

Film is available for streaming during Native American Heritage Month at: https://agnesscott.on.worldcat.org/v2/oclc/1247691392 

Tuesday, November 30 at 12:00am to 11:59pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Diversity and Inclusion

Target Audience

Campus Community

Tags

NAHM

Department
Center for Global Diversity and Inclusion
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#NAHM

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